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 Microsoft Applies For Patent Related To Xbox Augmented-reality Glasses
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Message Text: Microsoft has filed a patent application for augmented-reality glasses for Xbox along with a method for matching players for multiplayer games.

The patent, which is filed on January 30, 2012 but appeared on USPTO's web site on August 1, 2013, describes the following system:

"A system and related methods for inviting a potential player to participate in a multiplayer game via a user head-mounted display device are provided. In one example, a potential player invitation program receives user voice data and determines that the user voice data is an invitation to participate in a multiplayer game. The program receives eye-tracking information, depth information, facial recognition information, potential player head-mounted display device information, and/or potential player voice data. The program associates the invitation with the potential player using the eye-tracking information, the depth information, the facial recognition information, the potential player head-mounted display device information, and/or the potential player voice data. The program matches a potential player account with the potential player. The program receives an acceptance response from the potential player, and joins the potential player account with a user account in participating in the multiplayer game."
 
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